FW: Next Pan-African Congress (fwd)
- Ann Popplestone
From: Hugh W. Jarvis [SMTP:hjarvis@...]
Sent: Tuesday, February 29, 2000 12:08 PM
Subject: Next Pan-African Congress (fwd)
looks interesting! Contact details below. Hugh
PANAFRICAN ASSOCIATION OF PREHISTORY AND RELATED STUDIES
11th CONGRESS 7 - 12 FEBRUARY 2001
The University du Mali, the Institut des Sciences Humaines du Mali (ISH),
the Centre National de Recherches Scientifiques et Technologiques (CNRST),
Bamako, Mali are pleased to announce the 11th Congress of the Pan African
Association of Prehistory and Related Studies.
The Congress will be held from February 7 to February 12 at the Palais des
Congres, Bamako, Mali.
Below is the list of proposed academic themes:
1. Quaternary Geology
2. Hominid Evolution
3. Paleoenvironments and Populations in Africa
4. The African Stone Age
5. Prehistoric Arts in Africa
6. African Food Production
7. Teminologies in Prehistory and the diffusion of the results of
8. Advent of metals in Africa
9. Interpretation of Cultural Change in Prehistory and History
10.The Development of Complexity
13.Diffusion of research results
14.Information Technology and Archaeology in Africa
15.Cultural ressource Management in Africa
Suggestions of additional themes always are welcome.
Ordinary US$ 100
Accompanying Person 50
The registration fee is payable after circulation of the Second
Announcement. Registration entitles members to full participation in the
Congress and to a discount on the eventual cost of the published
If you wish to attend the Congress and to receive the Second Announcement,
please complete the accompanying form. Further details will then be sent to
you in the firstquarter of the year 2000.
Travel : Mali's capital, Bamako, has frequent flights to and from
destinations in Africa, Europe, and United States. Travel to Mali should
therefore present no problems.
Accommodation: There are several hotels in Bamako with adequate
accommodation. Hotel rates are between 40 and 100 dollars US. Cheaper
accommodation facilities are available for some of the participants,
particularly students, at the Centre Regional d'Energie Solaire which offers
double room at $30. A complete list of the hotels in Bamako will be sent to
the participants with the 2nd announcement.
Academic sessions: The academic sessions of the Congress will take place in
lecturer Hall/theatres equipped with audio-visual equipment. There will be
no more than two parallel sessions on any one day. This should encourage
full participation at sessions. Details of theme/session organisers will be
sent to participants with the Third and final announcement. Papers can be
presented in either English or French.
Post Congress tours
Mali has a rich cultural heritage. This includes archaeological sites known
worldwide (such as Jenne-jeno), famous historical cities (Tombouctou,
Djenne, Gao) and, of course, the Dogon Country which is reputed for the
magnifiscence of its landscape and richness of its traditional culture. It
is planned to arrange tours to some of these sites, and in particular, to
the archaeological site of Jenne - jeno (near the historical town of
Djenne), to Timbuktu (at the edge of the Sahara desert), and to the
Bandiagara cliffs in the Dogon country.
Funding for the Congress is expected to come from donor agencies to whom
approches are being made. It is hoped that it will be possible to assist
some participants from the African continent with travel and other costs.
Dr. Tereba TOGOLA
Title: (Mr, Mrs, Dr, Prof)
First name (s)
Tele: Business Home
Fax: Business Home
I wish to attend the Congress and to receive the Second Announcement.
I expect to present a paper in the theme
Title of paper
Type of registration: ordinary Student
Please return completed registration form to:
Dr Tereba Togola
Direction Nationale des Arts et de la Culture
BP 91, Bamako, Mali
Tele 223 22 33 82
Fax 223 21 67 86
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